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Motorman

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http://onlinerock.com/musicians/theexiled/mp3/the_exiled_-_04_-_ghosts.mp3

Doesnt seem to play if you got QT....but seems to be fine otherwise....

This is a live recording of us when we opened for a band by the name of Death By Stereo. I goofed a few parts up.. :oops: ..but oh well....its live....i do all the leads btw.....

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Sounds great bro. If you messed up some parts I sure didn't notice...

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thanks dude!

c'mon people...i need input....ie: too much of this, or, not enough of that, ect.

i can take criticism well..... :o

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in that case...
your singer sucks, it seemed like he came in off beat.
other than that it sounds great.
is the singer playing an instrument by any chance? love the solo though!!! out of curiosity what mode is that you're using? it sounds locrian like kirk hammet.


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hah....that recording doesnt do the singer any justice whatsoever....sounds way different live....actually doesnt sound that bad.....as far as modes go.....i dont really think in terms of modes....its just Bm scale....natural minor.....the whole way through....and its relative major or course....which isda really the same damn scale.....and when i say Bm.....i mean fret postitioning......we're tuned to B standard....2 1/2 steps down.....

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so it's B minor scale. gotcha. and you say you tune to B? does that mean you're in standard tuning with the E string tuned down to B?!?! or are you in open B tuning? either way, how do you have enough tension on your strings to make any sound?


Mon Jun 02, 2003 12:36 pm
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ya....its tuned normally....just all strings down 2 1/2 steps
so from low to high, B E A D F# B and i use .13's btw....they feel like .10's tuned up to E standard, a little tight....but once you get used to it you can just fly like crazy.

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jesus lord that has to feel weird.


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At first it does feel pretty weird......but man.....when you pick really fast, the tension helps because the strings tends to stay where it is.....

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oh i thought that it would be really flappy and hard to grip the stings...


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nope.....larger gauge strings= higher tension

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